Memorial giving

Was your grandma a Wildcat super fan? Or was your roommate the K-Stater who helped you survive organic chemistry? Make a memorial gift in their name to celebrate their lives and the impact they had on you and our campus home, Kansas State University.

memorial giving

Who inspired you?

Suzie Schultz created the Lucky Taylor scholarship to honor her K-State role models, custodian Kim Lucky and admissions leader Jack Taylor.

Honor your favorite people

You can give any gift to K-State in memory of the people you love. You can even decide how it’s easiest for you: online or cash gifts, matching gifts and planned gifts.

How to create a memorial fund

If you want to create a special memorial fund, here’s what you need to know:

  • These funds are temporary designations to honor someone’s memory.
  • They can also be used to honor a special occasion like a wedding, retirement or birthday.
  • Contact us. We’ll set up an official fund.
Keep the “family” in “K-State family”

70 years later, we’ll have another Dr. Sutter in the family.”

Dr. Alexis Sutter, alumna, veterinarian, scholarship recipient

Band together supporting students

Six Pride of Wildcat Land alumni established a scholarship to honor former band leader Phillip Hewett and support drum majors.

Contact us

heather simpson

Heather Simpson Stewardship Coordinator


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